Brian Edwards wrote an interesting post on his website entitled “A Kafkaesque story that should horrify you. And it’s set in New Zealand!”, where he claimed that the show often minimised issues by squeezing them into an allocated time frame.
“Earlier this week I was acting as support person to someone who is taking a case to the Disputes Tribunal. It’s complex. After an hour and a half of questioning by the referee we still hadn’t sorted out the facts of the case, let alone come remotely near to any clarity on who had right or the law on their side and who hadn’t. Fair Go can get through three such issues in 22 minutes,” he said. Continue reading »